I have a hard time reconciling the amount of time it takes to network online. I did it at the launching of my Hallee the Homemaker blog when Jeb was a nursing baby, so it was a forced down time. It also happened to be my computer time with Gregg while he was in Afghanistan. Around noon my time, he’d be in his room getting ready for bed. So, we’d talk and I’d network.
Now, though, I’m sitting with the boys running around fighting with light sabers, bread is rising, laundry is washing, and a turkey is cooking in the roaster. I have to force this time on the computer — because there are so many other things around me that require my attention.
Wednesday morning, Gregg was getting dressed for work. He opened his dresser drawer and said, “I seem to be out of white T-shirts.”
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